By Adam Charles
My favorite thing to do is play on the computer with my brothers. Sometimes I get on the computer and print pictures of animals because when I grow up I want to be a veterinarian or a doctor.
I really like checking out movies and sometimes I even get a book and start reading it before I leave. I especially like reading the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series.
I like the people that work and volunteer because they are really nice to my family and I. Mrs. Carla and Mrs. Letha are always very helpful and patient. They always have good ideas, are kind and know a lot.
Mrs. Sue Huffman is one person that I miss a lot. She was always nice and gave us gummies when she saw us. I am sad that she retired. Please help us make the library bigger! Thank you!
HUGE Book Sale: Make us your last stop and load up on books for your winter reading! Fall Festival October 14, 2017.
Pumpkin painting with artist activities in the parking lot of the library for children at the Fall Festival.
Congrats to Martha Dillard for the great article in the Roanoke Times about barn Quilts and Bill Wolf for getting the 100th barn quilt! Check it out on Race Street at Thorvin.
Get your $5 raffle ticket for a Barn Quilt at the Library or at IGA express. The winner will be selected at the Fall Festival, October 14.
Want to try out a Kindle Fire? Get a raffle ticket at the library to be drawn at Fall Festival.
Thank you to Hill Studio for partnering with Craig County on a planning Grant for a future Community Center! The Friends of the Library are excited to work with them and we invite you to join us in these plans. Drop us a note at [email protected] if you wish to help!
The Book Barn can be opened any day we are open for browsing. The books are organized by authors and subjects, so come and get your books before the huge book sale ends! Convert donated books to cash for library support!
Welcome to our new desk volunteers, Wanda Love and Alex White. Thanks for many hours of service to our retiring volunteers, Sue Huffman, Vickie Graham, Pat Stevenson, Lee Greiser and Pat Johnston.